Onivim is capable of loading VSCode extensions. The current capabilities of the extension host can be found here.
Onivim has two ways of installing VSCode extensions currently, though in the future this will be expanded to include an in-editor experience.
Extensions by default are installed in the following folders:
This can be overridden with the
--extensions-dir command line flag however.
The Onivim command line executable has a
--install-extension flag, that can be given a
path to a
.vsix file like so:
oni2 --install-extension /path/to/some-extension.vsix
oni2is only added to the user's
PATHon Windows. Find instructions on adding it to your
PATHon macOS and Linux over here.
.vsix file can not be found, the alternative way of installing a VSCode extension
is to download the extension manually into the extension folder.
cd $ONI2_CONFIG_DIR/extensions git clone https://github.com/thomaspink/vscode-github-theme.git
The currently installed extensions are listed in the editor, in the extensions panel.
Alternatively, this can be achieved with the
--list-extensions command line flag.